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points and jill stein with one point. and goode the constitution party candidate is less than a half percentage of a point. but when you put it together, you see how president obama's margin has narrowed. could it make a difference especially when the margin is that small? of course it could make a difference. gary johnson believes it could make a difference in two different ways. >> new mexico, colorado, and nevada i take more votes away from obama. in north carolina and michigan, i take votes away from romney. it's equal on both sides and the fact look i'm more liberal than obama on certainly issues. i'm a lot more conservative than romney when it comes to dollars and sense. >> cenk: gary johnson polling at 5% in ohio, which is nothing to sneeze at when you factor him into the equation, it makes a difference. jill stein, she only takes from the left side. all of a sudden is it time to panic? let's bring in our own political correspondent, an epic politics man to discuss this. [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> cenk: now michael, you know i call this a long time ago and i never wavered on that. w
to in this ri country -- in this country. i had a debate with jill stein who said there are 37 million students out there that if they vote for me, they will get free tuition. >> that is no different than a junior high school promise. >> but the good news was jill stein 1 the green party candidate and had supporters, certainly around here, and, yet, gary johnson got twice as many votes as she got. [cheers and applause] high five on that. [applause] all right. who is next here? yes. >> i'd like to ask david how do you assess the likelihood of the expanding number of incumbents in the tea party to influence republican policy, hopefully national policy in the direction of more liberty? >> i hope that will be the case. the point i've been making to the tea party the past three years is you have to stay engaged after the election because the spending interest and represent seekers never stop paying attention to congress, and citizens usually do. they get excited. they get people elected. they go back to their lives. john: yes, go ahead. >> so many who consider themselves lib tear -- libertarians are
tuition. >> that is no different than a junior high school promise. >> but the good news was jill stein 1 the green party candidate and had supporters, certainly around here, and, yet, gary johnson got twice as many votes as she got. [cheers and applause] high five on that. [applause] all right. who is next here? yes. >> i'd like to ask david how do you assess the likelihood of the expanding number of incumbents in the tea party to influence republican policy, hopefully national policy in the direction of more liberty? >> i hope that will be the case. the point i've been making to the tea party the past three years is you have to stay engaged after the election because the spending interest and represent seekers never stop paying attention to congress, and citizens usually do. they get excited. they get people elected. they go back to their lives. john: yes, go ahead. >> so many who consider themselves lib tear -- libertarians are wondering where to go next, where can we make a difference now? john: gary, to you, and i asked twitter followers what is president obama's re-election mean for
place in a debate hosted by the free adnd equal foundation. gary johnsin, jill stein, the constitution party and anderson of the justice party. moderated by larry king. it is an hour and a half. [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2012] [captions performed by national captioning institute] ♪ ♪ >> four our audience and those listening online, to our candidates and moderators and broadcsasting partners, and every individual to watch this historic debate. no matter where you are tuning in -- this debate is for individuals. the voter, the taxpayer, the hard-working middle-class worker. i am christina tobin. i welcome and thank everyone for being here tonight. tonight we're taking part in something real and honest and open. without private interests controlling. [applause] without them controlling the questions that we ask and answer is that the candidates deliver. free and open and fair. bringing the election back to the people, where it belongs. we do this by opening the debate and forming non-partisan coalitions to unite people and organizations across the political sp
that and of course it requires seizing private property. here in the u.s.a., green party candidate jill stein thinks that's great. >> i find wealth tax interesting, especially intangible wealth tax where you are talking about stocks and bonds. so you have specific, you know, record of exactly what you are going to tax because otherwise, it does become difficult. >> bill: i will say it's difficult. you would have to send inspectors into people's homes to calculate what they have. off the chart unconstitutional. joining us from the studios of the huffington post, ladies and gentlemen, where the kool-aid is free. dr. marc lamont hill. so i'm guessing you like this wealth tax idea. >> i do, actually. i think it's exciting. i think it's innovative and i think if done properly it could actually make this country even more democratic and fair than it is. that's why i'm a bill jill stein supporter. >> bill: tell me how your vision would resolve. how would it be accomplished. >> one thing have to do is come up with the right threshold. we are talking about a wealth tax. as it stands right now. the wrong peop
. gary johnson at 5%. jill stein with 1% and vir jill goode pulling in half a percent. that's not in virginia. that's in ohio. maybe half a percent or gary johnson's 5% will mean nothing. maybe ohio won't even be close. when elections are not close nobody remembers who the third party candidates are. when they are close all of a sudden that might be the most important thing in the world. >>> i brought extra clothes to work with me today. see? if it becomes clear tomorrow that we have to be heading out to colorado or ohio or florida for that matter, because it turns out that's where this thing is going to be decided over a period of days and weeks and months instead of it just being called tomorrow night, i'm ready to go. you never know and clean socks are a courtesy to everyone. that is how i'm getting ready for tomorrow. i'm reading everything in sight. also laundry. how are you preparing for tomorrow? a third of the country has already early voted. if you already have, i'm guessing your plans tomorrow are to bring people to the polls, right? or maybe you have not early vot
you really stand? what you really think? >> i voted for jill stein, and in every other election, i voted for ralph nader. it seems to me that these campaigns of voter suppression in these four or five crucial states which are up for grabs, most of the other states are predetermined, like massachusetts or new jersey, and there, the republicans clearly intended to cheat. to stand seven lines -- seven hours in line to vote in florida, i voted in minutes in new jersey. i think they do not want us to vote, and i think that is about -- the labor party in germany never pull was more than 5%. you had a three-party run in canada. -- have a three-party run. saying what they did, really in the political wilderness, because time is running out and because we have to build parallel systems of power, i think it is important. >> i went to bring you back into the conversation with our commentator. where do you see, if there is an obama victory, as many are predicting right now, just looking at the numbers, what do you see are the most critical issues for people to organize around? hal owen do you
sunday night in northwest d.c. including gary johnson of the libertarian volumes. jill stein, virgil goode and rocky anderson of the justice party. ralph nader moderated the debate. >> abc 7 is on your side tracking problems at the polls. share with us when you see problems from long lines to machine malfunctions. visit wjla.com/poll problems or poll problems on twitter or send an e-mail to poll problems at g-mail.com. be sure to stay with us and wjla.com for your election night coverage. we are teaming up with abc news for the presidential raise and we will have our reporters on the ground in boston and chicago, the local races of course as well. our coverage begins tuesday night at 7:00 p.m. hope you will join us. >> new york and new jersey bracing for another storm as they try to muddle through the aftermath of sandy. tempers and frustrations are high as drivers deal with long lines for gas. the power is starting to return but hundreds of thousands still without electricity. the new york governor says the state could face a massive housing problem as well.
candidate, jill stein, the green party candidate. i doubt she gets a very much support. >> a few minutes left with our guest larry sabato -- host: a few minutes left for our guests larry sabato. hi, rose. caller: i am so glad to get on to talk with you. i have issues if i could take a little time. it is called the koch brothers issues. there was a national geographic documentary and i am quoting a lot of it, where they were born and raised in russia and they inherited a lot of money and they are actually communists. so all the republican party kind of liens on their side. money is not given away -- some people just give money away or they loan it to you, but if you are going to give money for a republican to win, to buy a governor or a president, there is something you want back. all of these republicans better take in mind that they could be voting for a communist which is a movement coming into our country. the documentary says -- host: where did you see the documentary? caller: national geographic. from noon until 6:00, and half of it was about the koch brothers. but you saw it on the
. >> caller: good morning bill. >> caller: there was a chance i'd have voted for barack obama i voted jill stein. i'm a very women advocate kind of guy. i'd like to see more women in politics. i had the opportunity, so it was a no-brainer. i'm looking at voter suppression and voter purging and all the money you can amass in the world and the american people said no. >> bill: yep. >> caller: not interested. on top of that, this isn't just a cooed dough to you guys, it's much deeper than that. right now, we have a corporate republican-owned media and if you guys weren't there company keep us sane, to keep us accepted communication is it is key to this whole thing. this is just going to grow more and more and eventually we're going to get rid of the corporate hold on our media to have the the diversity we need. >> bill: that's what we're working toward. it's the important of progressive talk radio wherever people can put progressive voices on the air progressive talk radio is a huge success in market after market in this country. unfortunately, there are not enough progressive radio stations.
, jill stein, the green party candidate. >> a few minutes left with our guest. >> the "washington journal" will look at the battleground state of ohio. like to the rhode island 1st district debate. this is courtesy of wjar-tv in providence. >> nbc-10 news and the candidates with us. republican brendan doherty, independent david, and david cicilline. we will have a free-form discussion . i will ensure everyone get equal time. let us start with you, mr. vogal. if you do get to congress, what do you think a freshman congressman in washington can do to improve the job situation for a state with the second highest unemployment in the nation? >> thank you for having me. there is a limited amount that a federal person can do from washington, d.c. from the state of rhode island. it is up to the people on capitol hill to create an environment that is nurturing and in firing -- in fighting for businesses and people to come here. that is their job to create an environment for a better job environment. >> voters are looking for people to offer hope for reducing unemployment and the state. is everythi
about. we're talking about third party independents. jill stein from massachusetts is the green party nominee. she's a physician, instructor, and mother. she believes higher education should be free. rocky anderson is a former mayor of salt lake city, utah, and is the justice party nominee for president. he wants an immediate end to the war in afghanistan. and he wants health care coverage for everyone. virgil goode is the constitution party nominee, a one-time democrat who turned republican. he served in the house of representatives from 1997 to 2009. he hails from the battleground state of virginia. and gary johnson, he's the libertarian nominee, he's a formerriment republican governor of new mexico who believes america should end the war on drugs and legalize marijuana. for the first time ever, last week a debate involving these four took place. longtime talk show host larry king moderated the debate in chicago. he's joining us right now from los angeles. good to see you, larry. >> good to see you, fred. always good to be with you. >> excellent. at that debate, we heard everything
be moving the big-ticket. jill stein is the green party candidate in there is no one state where it appears her presence may have that effect. again, you just do not know. there are certainly a lot of people who believe that ralph nader in 2000 cost al gore the presidency. i suspect some of whom have never forgiven mr. nader for that. host: new haven, connecticut. caller: my question is about florida. host: are you still there? caller: why is there always a problem concerning florida when it is time to vote? you would think that as the years pass, they would get it right sooner or later concerning people's rights to vote. guest: and sorry, i did not. host: we talked about the two men involved. give us some history as to how this would be resolved. guest: the first time it went to the house was in 1800. in 1844, there were four candidates. the man who came in second in both the popular and electoral vote, john quincy adams, went on to win in the house because the man who came in fourth and was therefore eliminated had pulled some strings and produced a victory for adams. i think, in many way
they say that? >> people like to be with a winner so they can be 5% for jill stein and the green party or 5% for gary johnson and the libertarian party. but you go into the booth. that shrinks, as you say. the system is rigged and people know that only one of the two big guys will win. it's a winner take all situation. huge money. huge ads on the side of the big guys and the little guys can't even get a chance to have a chance because they are shut out of the debates which are rationed to three by a corporation created by the republican democratic parties back in 1987 to make sure that no competitors reach tens of millions of people through these debates. >> yeah. i saw a prominent business leader challenge either the president or the governor if they are elected or re-elected to basically renounce party affiliation, caucus with whichever side they like but take an official independent stance. how would that change the calculus in this country? >> i think that's a prediction that might come true in 2016. three-way, four-way race. the bloomberg types. there are a lot of billionaires saying,
: thank you for receiving my call. i voted for jill stein. i feel both parties are very short sighted as far as the future of the planet. it is proven by the flooding and so forth. if we do not get into sustainable thinking, then all of this is basically a moot question. also, at each individual has their own responsibility to change their lifestyle so that they do not get sick. it is a two edged sword. corporations will always trump the environment for short-term gains. for example, the promotion of soft drinks. all of these things are killing us, and it is an economic factor. therefore, i am relieved that obama got in, the lesser of two evils thing, but i definitely feel like we are sure-sided. host: have you looked on line to total votell stein's take was? caller: i have not looked. i am sure it is less than 1%. the thing about third parties it is they can have an influence, and if each of us raises consciousness, that could change things. host: as we mentioned earlier, there is a continuing conversation on facebook about yesterday's election. here are more comments we have receive
available for people to vote. host: did you vote until this election? caller: yes, for jill stein. host: how long did it take for you to vote? caller: about one hour. host: and you do not think that is too long? caller: no, because i wanted to send a message that we need to include independent and third- party. host: got it. let's move on to columbia station, ohio. caller: i agree with senator warner that we should extend the voting. here in ohio they tried to limit the voting, but it makes it harder for everyone. it is such an honor to vote and a right to that we should make it as easy as possible. do not be afraid of extending the vote and having more people, more ideas vote. it should be your policies. -- your policies that win, not just trying to get it to your liking. host: your calling on the line for republicans. we have a tweet from bill king. he says in states where republicans have control of the state house and legislature, they are making it more difficult than not simpler to vote. caller: that is my point. it tor blackmun saimade vote. i do not agree with what is going on. host:
. and there is a liberal candidate, jill stein, the green party candidate. i doubt she gets a very much support. >> a few minutes left with our guest larry sabato -- host: a few minutes left for our guests larry sabato. hi, rose. caller: i am so glad to get on to talk with you. i have issues if i could take a little time. it is called the koch brothers issues. there was a national geographic documentary and i am quoting a lot of it, where they were born and raised in russia and they inherited a lot of money and they are actually communists. so all the republican party kind of liens on their side. money is not given away -- some people just give money away or they loan it to you, but if you are going to give money for a republican to win, to buy a governor or a president, there is something you want back. all of these republicans better take in mind that they could be voting for a communist which is a movement coming into our country. the documentary says -- host: where did you see the documentary? caller: national geographic. from noon until 6:00, and half of it was about the koch brothers. but you saw i
, jill stein, the green party candidate. i doubt she gets a very much support. >> a few minutes left with our guest larry sabato -- host: a few minutes left for our guests larry sabato. hi, rose. caller: i am so glad to get on to talk with you. i have issues if i could take a little time. it is called the koch brothers issues. there was a national geographic documentary and i am quoting a lot of it, where they were born and raised in russia and they inherited a lot of money and they are actually communists. so all the republican party kind of liens on their side. money is not given away -- some people just give money away or they loan it to you, but if you are going to give money for a republican to win, to buy a governor or a president, there is something you want back. all of these republicans better take in mind that they could be voting for a communist which is a movement coming into our country. the documentary says -- host: where did you see the documentary? caller: national geographic. from noon until 6:00, and half of it was about the koch brothers. but you saw it on the nati
't think about a second about voting for jill stein. i think the president has been a pretty good president. you know i came to him late. i was a biden a hillary guy then finally what was i left with and i think he's done a good job. there are places where i have problems with him but i look at your in your opinion one cenk, the supreme court. if this next president has to replace any justices, i want it to be barack obama. >> jill stein is actually to the left of me and that's why i would have voted for rocky anderson if it i was just voting on best policies. but i thought i would have to be intellectually honest and said if i would have voted for obama if i lived in a swing state, i should vote for him here, then you fight for justice in the long term in many different ways. but right now you've got to choose between obama and romney. that's the reality. and i obviously choose obama over romney, who would be a complete and obvious disaster. all right now when we come back we're going to talk about states. chris murphy running for senator in connecticut. we'll talk to him about his race an
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